Lake City

Lake City is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 923. Known as the "Christmas Tree Capital", it is the county seat of Missaukee County[3].
As of the census of 2000, there were 923 people, 381 households, and 238 families residing in the city.

Many tourists, boaters and seasonal cottagers travel here during the summer months to enjoy the lake, which frequently seems to change hues and colors, depending on the angle of the sun. It can be enjoyed from almost anywhere, but especially from the beach along M-55 as well as the county park just northwest of town.

Lake City was founded in 1868 by Daniel Reeder, who built the first log cabin there. At that time, the town's name was Reeder, with the lake called: Muskrat Lake. In 1872, Lake City became the county seat by only a one vote margin against Falmouth. It was renamed Lake City in 1877 during the lumber boom, when the Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroad built a line through there. It was incorporated into a village in 1889 and later as a city in 1932.

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(Only 2 unit(s) available!) (18) one and two bedroom units in a one story complex with walk-out rear patio. Private location, walking distance to Lake Missaukee public beach and...

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